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American Atheists plan to send the Georgia Department of Natural Resources enough popular atheist books to place one in every state park cabin. Tell us if you believe the books should join Bibles in the park cabins.
Students will be released early at set times, depending on grade level, Wednesday and Thursday.
A medical malpractice case is headed back to the Cobb County State Court for further proceedings.
Check out the latest updates on road constructions, delays and detours around West Cobb and the rest of the county.
His remarks were made in the wake of a CDC study that found that 58 percent of the pool filter samples taken from metro Atlanta public pools tested positive for E. coli, bacteria normally found in the human gut and feces.
He'll be here May 21.
Marchex Institute says Ohio residents swear the most on consumer calls but Georgians are among the most courteous.
A church known for protesting at soldiers’ funerals held Saturday a demonstration to praise a tornado that caused devastation in a college town. Tell us if you think the church is deserving of its media attention or the efforts of counter-protesters.
The deadline to enter is June 25. Entrants must be single, a high school graduate by June 2013 and 17-23 years old.
The latest inspections by Cobb Public Health include visits to Blu Greek Taverna, Donny's Home Cooking, Shillings On The Square, Stilesboro Biscuits, Taqueria Morelos and more.
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